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New Post 12/7/2021 7:36 AM
User is offline SarahF_BA
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Virtual User Groups for BAs? 

Hello All. Recently my boss tasked me with finding a virtual business analysis group that we could join / participate in. I believe he was thinking about a group in the traditional sense similar to virtual developer user groups. Does any such thing exist for BAs? I have recommended the forums here as the activity is definitely informative and consistent, and there aren't a lot of jobs posted (like there is on in the LinkedIn Groups I've joined). I've also joined IIBA out of my own pocket but as we are a small company I don't think that the expense would be well received as we grow. Any suggestions for other places to look? Thank you in advance!

 
New Post 12/12/2021 3:44 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Virtual User Groups for BAs? 

Hi Sarah,

What are you or your company looking to get/gain from a virtual group?  What would that look like?

Sincerely,

Adrian

 


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